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Stars out for charity car paint

PUBLISHED: 15:18 18 March 2009 | UPDATED: 10:08 12 August 2010

A CARTOONIST was joined by Premiership footballers to decorate a car for charity. Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger and players, Gael Clichy and Robin van Persie joined cartoonist Gerald Scarfe to unveil a unique car that will be raffled off for charity. Des

A CARTOONIST was joined by Premiership footballers to decorate a car for charity. Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger and players, Gael Clichy and Robin van Persie joined cartoonist Gerald Scarfe to unveil a unique car that will be raffled off for charity. Design company Creative FX in Masons Hill, Bromley helped make the giant stickers called decals that were put on the Citroën C4 which was unveiled at the club's training ground in St Albans on March 5.

The car will be displayed at the Emirates Stadium for the next two Arsenal home matches.

Fans interested in buying the £2 raffle tickets can do so by visiting

www.beagoonerbeagiver.org.

Money raised will go to club's charity of the season - the Teenage Cancer Trust.


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